Women's Grey Alpaca Scarves $40 to $60(29 items)
Featured Reviews on Women's Grey Alpaca Scarves $40 to $60
A Gift for my 16-year-old Daughter
This 100% Alpaca knit scarf Sierra Charcoal is soft, warm, not scratchy, very well made, has a thickness to it, and is a good length for my daughters knee-length winter coat. It is as pictured in the website photo except a bit brighter regarding the color tones. However, the colors are subtle and blend well. The colors and pattern yield to a look of sophistication. My daughter was delighted when her gift arrived and she opened the package. I also purchased the matching gloves that do match the scarf. A great, winter accessory combo! I am grateful for the opportunity to purchase high quality, creative items from artisans all over the world!
This scarf is so soft and keeps you warm enough without over heating you! Its lightweight and stylish to boot!
Yury Lopez Andean alpaca apparel and accessories
"...knitting is something that naturally runs through my veins. It's my passion. I love having the freedom to create what my imagination allows without limits or defined boundaries."
"Thanks to my parents' constant and persevering efforts I was able to finish... read more
Popular Women's Grey Alpaca Scarves $40 to $60
Alpaca Wool Striped Knit Scarf from Peru, "Sierra Charcoal"$49.99
Inspired by the textiles of the ancient Inca, this beautifully-patterned scarf is designed by Peru's Ana Fernandez. Featuring a palette of charcoal, amethyst and iris, the scarf is knit of pure alpaca wool for soft and lightweight warmth.
100% Alpaca Wrap Scarf in Azure and Smoke from Peru, "Andean Snowfall"
Featuring smoke motifs against a body of azure, this Peruvian wrap scarf is knit from 100% alpaca, a soft companion that is perfect for keeping warm during the cold months. Fernando Cano designs the scarf, adding beautiful snowflake motifs.
Zigzag Striped Alpaca Wool Scarf from Peru, "Mountain of Seven Colors"$49.99
Ana Fernandez in Peru was inspired by the or "Mountain of Seven Colors" in the Andes in the creation of this beautiful scarf. The mountain's mineralogical composition results in colorful stripes and streaks, drawing tourists from far and wide. The scarf is knit of soft, warm 100% alpaca wool in subtle shades of cadet blue, violet, teal and spice.